Michigan estate planning attorney, Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA will be a panelist for the Oakland University and Hospice of Michigan showing of Being Mortal with Atul Gawande on March 25th, 2017 from 9:30am-11:30am at Oakland University.
At the free screening and discussion of the PBS FRONTLINE film Being Mortal, estate planning attorney, Chris Berry will serve as a panelist providing information and advice to Michigan families.
Being Mortal is based on the best-selling book by Atul Gwande, MD. The documentary explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with their, doctors, nurses, and family members who care for them.
The film, Being Mortal has started a national conversation that asks the important question: “Have you and your family had these important conversations and planned ahead?”
About Certified Elder Law Chris Berry
Christopher J. Berry, Esq., CELA is the founder of two interrelated companies that provide financial services and legal services to Michigan families. Chris is the founding President of a law firm that does estate and elder law planning (The Elder Care Firm).
Christopher J. Berry is a nationally-recognized estate and financial planning expert, quoted in publications like Kiplinger’s Retirement. Chris Berry is an invited presenter for some of the world’s top financial companies, money managers and industry associations such as Northwestern Mutual, Mass Mutual, John Hancock, Michigan Association of CPA’s, Society of Financial Service Professionals, Financial Planning Association and the Institute of Continued Legal Education, to name a few. Nationwide, Merrill Lynch, Transamerica, Jackson National, Morgan Stanley, American Institute of CPAs, National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors and several Financial Planning Associations.
Christopher Berry is the author of The Caregiver’s Legal Guide to Planning for a Loved one with Chronic Illness. Additionally, Chris Berry has co-authored two other books Tax-Free Money for Long-term Care and Protect My IRA: Avoid the 5 Common Mistakes.